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User based Internet Access Restriction?

By brian ·
We have a NetWare 5 network and restrict Internet Access by users using BorderManager Access Control. This is done by creating Access Rules to allow/deny access to IP address', host names, etc. These rules can then be assigned to users, groups, containers, etc. through NDS.
We plan on converting to a Windows 2000 Network in the near future, running IP, and using DHCP. Is there a solution for a Microsoft Network to control access through a server (acting as a router or gateway or performing NAT) by assigning 'access rules' to users and/or groups in Active Directory?

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by klamero In reply to User based Internet Acces ...

All Windows 2000 servers can run Routing and Remote Access which can be configured to do much of what you are describing (IP filtering) You should also take a look at their new product ISA server, which is a very robust router and filter (http://www.microsoft.com/isaserver)

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by brian In reply to User based Internet Acces ...

Thank you. ISA Server is exactly what I was looking for. Microsoft's version of Novell's BorderManager. Excellent!!!

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